Men's Basketball

Took Care of the Titans

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -- Daejon Davis scored 14 points, one of four Stanford players to score in double figures, and the Cardinal won its second straight to open the season, beating Cal State Fullerton 70-54 on Saturday night.

Oscar da Silva added 14 points for Stanford (2-0), which played the Titans (0-2) for the first time in seven years. Freshmen Tyrell Terry and Spencer Jones each scored 12 points.

The Cardinal shot 50 percent for the second straight game while its defense did the rest, limiting the Titans to 33.3 percent overall and 4 of 23 from three-point range.

Jones knocked down four of Stanford's five three-pointers, including his first at the 10:12 mark of the first half to give the Cardinal its first double-digit lead at 17-5.

The Cardinal led 33-19 at halftime and remained in front by double figures until the Titans closed to within 38-29 with 14:23 remaining.

Cal State Fullerton never got closer than seven points the rest of the way.

Wayne Arnold scored 14 points and Davon Clare had 15 rebounds to lead Cal State Fullerton. Brandon Kamga added 10 points.

Bryce Wills led Stanford in rebounds (7) and assists (5).

The Cardinal hosts its second straight Big West opponent when Long Beach State comes to town for a Tuesday night contest. Stanford opens with six home games for the first time in 13 years.